Welcome to Devine & Co
Devine & Co (formerly Ahern & Co.) is a long established firm of Chartered Accountants, Auditors and Tax Advisors based in Boyle, County Roscommon. We have a broad client base and we provide services to clients all over Ireland.
We take a genuine interest in our clients businesses, understanding their goals and helping them avail of any potential opportunities, minimise risk, while satisfying all legal and Revenue obligations. We believe in developing strong relationships with our clients and we aim to meet their needs in a responsive, effective and efficient manner. As a start to building a business relationship we have set out “Who are We”, so that you can get to know us and see how we have built our clients’ trust, and “Who are You” to help identify the areas we can help you with.
Foreign legion: Just 3pc of men who move...November 12, 2018
A quarter of women who move abroad to live do so because their partner accepted a job overseas – but the same is true for only 3pc of men. This is according to the 2018 HSBC ‘Expat Explorer’ report. With males accounting for six in every 10 expatriate workers, they make up the majority in […]Read More...
Monday 12 November 2018 Why can’t I add...November 12, 2018
My son is 19 years old and he started college in September. He stays in Dublin Monday to Friday and comes home most weekends. He would like to be added to our car insurance, even though he may only use the car two-three times a month, but it would be useful to have him insured. […]Read More...
Nationwide rents surge 30pc higher than...November 12, 2018
Rents have risen 30pc above Celtic Tiger rates and reached a record high for the 10th consecutive quarter, according to a new report. The findings by Daft.ie don’t expect the rental hikes to stop any time soon. Nationally, there has been a rise of 11.3pc on last year, with the average monthly rental cost coming […]Read More...
Tech hub’s rocket man helps high-risk...November 9, 2018
“People come into incubators and very often it’s just for space, they are thinking ‘that’s what I need, a nice space would be good’. But actually, by the time they exit what you find is that the real value they’ve gotten is the networking, the connections, the monies they were able to attract as a […]Read More...
Fewer than one in ten SMEs embracing remote...November 9, 2018
Fewer than one in ten small and medium businesses in Ireland are embracing remote or flexible working. This is despite the fact that a majority of SME employees are in favour of such working conditions, according to a study of nearly 600 small businesses carried out by Vodafone. Smart working is the combined use of […]Read More...
Practicenet 2018-11-09 09:47:49November 9, 2018
Irish banks must shed a further €9bn of bad loans to meet ECB targets, Moody’s has warned. Unlike the early period after the crash, when sales of commercial real estate and developer loans dominated the great bank sell-offs, further disposals will be dominated by home loans, the rating agency said. “This is because legacy mortgage […]Read More...
‘Cost of care for our two boys will be...November 6, 2018
Mother Siobhan Redmond will soon be paying more than her monthly mortgage for childcare for her two children. Ms Redmond, from Killester, Dublin, believes the Government should further assist families and the childcare industry in tandem to create a well-run system for all. The 35-year-old financial professional is currently on maternity leave after giving birth […]Read More...
Trade fears: Ireland may be caught in...November 6, 2018
When President Donald Trump tweets, he moves markets. Last week’s upbeat comments on the possibility of a deal with China to call a halt to a trade war between the world’s two largest economies helped stock markets rally from the bloodbath of ‘Red October’. By Friday, however, his officials were backpedalling, and not for the […]Read More...